Nevada January 13, 2018
The Mob-Themed Restaurant In Nevada That Looks Straight Out Of The 1920s
Speakeasies are alive and well, especially in Nevada. If you’ve ever wanted to experience an authentic speakeasy that looks straight out of the 1920s, you’re going to want to check this restaurant out. Capo’s is a mob-themed restaurant where you have to know the password to get in. The dimly lit dining room, live entertainment, and delicious Italian food all make this restaurant feel like the real thing.
Capo's Restaurant doesn't look like much from the outside. Trust us, that's intentional. This mob-themed restaurant is the real deal, and fans of all things mafia will instantly fall in love with it.
The mugshots of famous mobsters line the side of the building, setting you up for the type of experience you're about to get. The entrance can be hard to find. It's located in the back and looks pretty inconspicuous.
This place has the feel of a real century-old speakeasy. You have to know the password if you want to get in (which can be found on their website). You'll speak the password into the payphone located by the hidden entrance.
The dining room looks like a scene straight out of
Goodfellas. You'd almost expect Robert De Niro to be sitting in the corner! The dimly lit dining room contributes to the secretive atmosphere. But don't worry, you'll be supplied with a flashlight to read the menu.
The restaurant's theme isn't just a gimmick. The food is absolutely stellar. All of the pastas feature Al Capone's family secret sauces. You'll definitely want to try Capo's world famous meatballs while you're here.
Their vast menu has something for everyone and each dish has a unique name. You can't go wrong with "Da Don's Lasagna" featuring layers of Italian sausage, meatballs, ricotta, and mozzarella cheese.
"Capo's Parmigiana" is another classic dish that the restaurant executes perfectly. Despite the private atmosphere, the food looks and tastes homemade.
Movie and mob-related memorabilia line the walls. Despite its secret location, Capo's has made quite the name for itself. The restaurant has been featured in various magazines and even had a segment on the show "Man Finds Food" on Travel Channel.
Live entertainment just makes the 1920s speakeasy atmosphere that more realistic. You'll definitely remember a night spent at Capo's for years to come.
For an even more intimate setting, you're going to want to check out their private room. The super secret Al Capone Room is reserved for the most high-profile gangsters.
A visit to Capo's must not be missed. Just be sure not to get on their bad side, or you might just be sleeping with the fishes. For more information, you can visit their website
You'll find Capo's at 5675 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Doesn’t this place look awesome? If you’re a mafia fanatic, then be sure to check out the
Mob Museum In Nevada!